You have a leak somewhere in Unity. Typically, you have to schedule reboots of Unity every month, depending on it's load. If its loaded down and running hard, I would reboot more often. SQL is a hog. Eventually the physical memory will be full and will not free up.
You can jump on the Unity server, hit the task manager and see what processes are running at 100 percent or what is using all the memroy. This will help you narrow it down at least.
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